Beady Eye have confirmed plans for a series of headline shows this November.
Beady Eye have always been divisive. Born from the untimely demise of Oasis, the band immediately found themselves at the centre of ferocious debate. Returning with their Top 10 album 'BE' it seems that this debate has not quite been quelled.
Clash, though, were fans, and Editor-In-Chief Simon Harper found a band who were " listening to instincts, indulging creative impulses, and elevating ambitions beyond the restrictions of blue-collar rock ‘n’ roll."
Recently playing a surprise set at Glastonbury, the band will now spend summer on the road. Due to play festivals across Europe and beyond, Beady Eye will return home in the Autumn for a headline tour.
Arranging a series of November shows, the dates open in Glasgow with a visit to the city's Barrowlands venue. Performing at Leeds, Newcastle and Manchester, Beady Eye end the tour in London on November 21st.
Hitting Hammersmith Apollo, tickets for all upcoming shows go on sale this Friday (July 5th).
Beady Eye will play the following shows:
10 Glasgow Barrowlands
12 Leeds 02 Academy
13 Newcastle O2 Academy
15 Manchester Academy
16 Manchester Academy
18 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
19 Portsmouth Guildhall
21 London Hammersmith Apollo
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